AceShowbiz - Amid the hard time, fellow daytime talk show hosts make sure that Wendy Williams knows they get her back. After "The Wendy Williams Show" host filed for divorce from his allegedly cheating husband Kevin Hunter, the panel on ABC's "The View" and CBS' "The Talk" sent some support for Wendy.
"The View" co-host Joy Behar revealed that according to Wendy, Kevin cheated on her shortly after she gave birth to their son Kevin Jr., which is now 19. "That's a red flag to me, hello!" she said. "I think if someone cheats in the beginning, they will cheat again."
"This is a woman who looks like she's in a lot of pain. I wish her nothing but love and compassion," Meghan McCain added. "Being vulnerable on TV -- when she was talking about living in a halfway house, I actually cried when I watched it. She's in a lot of pain. She's a real talent. I wish her nothing but compassion and love, and I hope she comes back stronger than ever. ... Screw that guy, she doesn't need him!"
"We are rooting for you," Abby Huntsman said. "We hope you come back and you feel good."
The ladies on "The View" were not the only ones who were sticking up for Wendy. The women on "The Talk" also sent the troubled TV personality well wishes as she's facing hard time amid her battle to stay sober. "I think if everything that's alleged is true, it's about damn time," said Sheryl Underwood.
"We wish her the best," Sara Gilbert added.
Wendy filed for divorce from Kevin, her husband of two decades, on Thursday, April 11, just hours before she filmed that day's episode of her show. A new report suggests that Wendy herself is uncertain about her future following the split.
An audience member asked the 54-year-old how she was doing during the Friday taping of her show. Wendy reportedly responded, "I'm not sure."
In related news, Wendy is allegedly looking for a new place as she is eager to start afresh. "Wendy is looking at this divorce as the next chapter in her life and found a new place to live that she loves," a source reveals to HollywoodLife.com. "She really just wants a fresh start right now and is focusing on herself and her happiness."
The source continues saying that Wendy "is going to move to Manhattan so she can be closer to the city life and her studio." The insider goes on adding, "She was born and raised in New Jersey and while she'll always consider that 'home,' she is looking forward to make a change."